Current Volunteer Opportunities
At Frankfort Community Public Library, we are fortunate to have volunteers that are essential partners in many library projects that impact our community. Volunteering can be far more than simply doing a good deed. In fact, volunteering can be a great way to develop skills, learn more about career options, make friends, or even just shake up your routine. We value your involvement and offer a variety of opportunities to match your interests and skills.
To submit an application, please fill out the form at the bottom of this page.
Literacy: Teach adults reading and writing skills. Read stories to preschool and elementary school children. Commitment is a flexible schedule of one hour per week for adults and reading to children as needed.
Homework Help: Tutor teens in school subject, especially Math and Science. Our most requested classes for help are Pre-Algebra, Algebra, and Algebra 2. Commitment is 1-2 hour per week.
Spanish Translator: Translate various library publications and signage into Spanish. Commitment: As needed.
Art Show: Help out at the November Art show–baking cookies, making hors d’oeuvres, serving refreshments, docents in the gallery, salespeople, etc. Commitment varies—The Art Show is an annual event held on the second weekend in November.
Library Newsletter: Help with special mailings and the copying and folding of Library Lines. Commitment is 3-5 hours every other month.
Coffee Shop: Oversee coffee shop, make and sell coffee. Commitment is weekly shift of 2 – 4 hours.
Genealogy and Local History: Work Volunteer desk on Lower Level, data entry including historic courthouse records. Commitment is 1-3 hours/weekly.